AArt

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AArt
Studio album by Acoustic Alchemy
Released September 25, 2001
Recorded 2001 at:
Higher Ground Studios, London, UK
Genre Smooth Jazz
Length 62:14
Label Higher Octave Music
11103
Producer Richard Bull
Acoustic Alchemy chronology
11th
The Beautiful Game
(2000)
12th
AArt
(2001)
13th
Sounds of St. Lucia: Live
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

AArt is the eleventh album to be released by smooth jazz band Acoustic Alchemy. It contains more tracks than any other studio recording by the band, with fourteen.

Continuing on from the radical changes enforced by The Beautiful Game, AArt follows precedent with another varied mix of styles and genres, and even calls upon saxophonist Jeff Kashiwa, formerly of The Rippingtons, to share the lead on one track, "AArt Attack".

"The Velvet Swing" managed to achieve daytime radio play on London's 102.2 Jazz FM.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writers Duration
1 "Wish You Were Near" Carmichael/Gilderdale/White 4:05
2 "AArt Attack" Carmichael/Gilderdale 4:01
3 "Flamoco Loco" Carmichael/Gilderdale 4:05
4 "Tuff Puzzle" Carmichael/Gilderdale/Felix 5:14
5 "Passion Play" Carmichael/Gilderdale 4:46
6 "Senjo Wine" Carmichael/Gilderdale/Felix 4:33
7 "Viva Ché" Carmichael/Gilderdale/Felix 3:44
8 "The Velvet Swing" Carmichael/Gilderdale/White 5:36
9 "Robbie's Revenge" Carmichael/Gilderdale/White 4:10
10 "Love At A Distance" Carmichael/Gilderdale/Disley 4:14
11 "Code Name Pandora" Carmichael/Gilderdale 5:10
12 "Nathan Road" Carmichael/Gilderdale/White 5:07
13 "Cactus Blue" Carmichael/Gilderdale 4:56
14 "The Wind Of Change" Carmichael/Gilderdale/White 2:33

Singles[edit]

  1. "Wish You Were Near"

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Collar, Matt. AArt at AllMusic. Retrieved 2011-06-27.